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Choosing the best tyre for the car involves two basic necessities; the budget and the climatic conditions of the country. When you are in Australia, you can choose among the numerous brands available here. However, you need to select the best tyre that suits your pocket and has longevity.

 

The climate of Australia is hot and humid. The maximum part of the land comes under the high tropical belt that makes the air tropical here. When the climate is hot, it is surely a risk for the rubber tyres, as they tend to melt and loose shape. This may cause high depreciation and increase your yearly budget for car tyres.

 

Basically, tyres get damaged due to the following reasons:

  • Road conditions

  • Extreme temperatures

  • Oil, grease, and chemicals

  • Ozone and strong sunlight

  • Driving speed

  • Air pressure

 

Other than the above reasons, using irrelevant tyres in different climates also damages the tyre. For instance, if you cannot use summer tyres in winter condition and vice versa. The tyres are manufactured according to the climatic conditions to run smoothly.

 

In case you are planning to buy a tyre for your car in Australia, make sure they are made of tough material that lasts longer. A tyre is made of rubber, which ages and deteriorates with usage. However, the hot climatic conditions, high temperature, hot roads and high speeds increase the tyre pressure which results in the faster wearing of tyres. Some of the best car tyres for Australia are:

  • Bridgestone

  • Dunlop

  • Pirelli

  • Michelin

  • Yokohama

  • Good Year

 

These tyres are made to suit the road conditions and the humid weather conditions in Australia. The manufacturer’s warranty ranges differ from 5 years to 10 years.

 

In Australia, you will find tyres that are heavily built and made of multiple layers which will stay longer on the roads. Thus, before making purchases, consider checking the customer's review and know the best tyre to purchase. 

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